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Music Maestros feature in a music video, 'We Shall Overcome' in a message to fight COVID19

Music Maestros feature in a music video, 'We Shall Overcome' in a message to fight COVID19

Kolkata, May 4 (UNI) Rotary Club of Calcutta Metro City has launched a short music video bringing together modern day greats of Indian music, Santoor Maestro Tarun Bhattacharya,

Flautist virtuoso Ronu Majumdar and the percussion Guru Bickram Ghosh, who feature in a

short inspirational music video 'We shall overcome'.

While Ronu Majumdar’s flute evokes the feeling of love for humanity from a piece played

by him in late composer RD Burman’s last film, 1942- A Love Story, Bickram Ghosh is his

usual self creating magic of hope through his percussion with his a composition based on

his 50 matra taal and Tarun Bhattacharya plays the inspirational theme 'We Shall Overcome'

which in Tarun Bhattacharya’s words, “signifies the resolve of humanity to overcome the

serious challenge to mankind in form of COVID 19.”

Rotary India has been in forefront of relief operations with a cumulative contribution of

over 120 crores worth of monetary and material contribution towards the cause across

India.

The organization is celebrating it’s 100th year in India and it plans to continue the support

in the next months to ease the burden of the people across the country.

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